Basically, the idea is to choose whatever markup seems best for your document--list, table, div, p--and then use @ana to add references to the bookkeeping ontology:
Thanks, Martin, for pointing to the MEDEA project website.Georg Vogeler at the Centre for Information Modeling, Austrian Center for Digital Humanities, University of Graz, is working on the MEDEA ontology. You can find his work on github: https://github.com/GVogeler/bookkeeping
Either Georg or I will be happy to say more. His most recent publication shows some examples, and we have an article under review for DSH, with another going in to JTEI. The latter has some examples of markup from my work on the Wheaton Family Papers.
Vogeler, Georg. 2016. “The Content of Accounts and Registers in their Digital Edition. XML/TEI, Spreadsheets, and Semantic Web Technologies”, in: Edition von Rechnungen und Amtsbüchern, ed. by Jürgen Sarnowksy, V&R Unipress (available in print and e-text).
Hope this is helpful.
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